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   EGMR, 25.01.2005 - 56529/00   

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  • Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte

    ENHORN c. SUEDE

    Art. 5, Art. 5 Abs. 1, Art. 5 Abs. 1 Buchst. e, Art. 41 MRK
    Violation de l'art. 5-1-e Préjudice moral - réparation pécuniaire Remboursement partiel frais et dépens - procédure de la Convention (französisch)

  • Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte

    ENHORN v. SWEDEN

    Art. 5, Art. 5 Abs. 1, Art. 5 Abs. 1 Buchst. e, Art. 41 MRK
    Violation of Art. 5-1-e Non-pecuniary damage - financial award Costs and expenses partial award - Convention proceedings (englisch)

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  • EGMR, 29.01.2008 - 13229/03

    Großbritannien (A), Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte, Europäische

    addition be some relationship between the ground of permitted deprivation of liberty relied on and the place and conditions of detention (see the abovementioned Bouamar judgment, § 50; Aerts v. Belgium, judgment of 30 July 1998, Reports 1998-V, § 46; Enhorn v. Sweden, no. 56529/00, § 42, ECHR 2005-I).
  • Generalanwalt beim EuGH, 26.01.2016 - C-601/15

    N. - Eilvorabentscheidungsverfahren - Drittstaatsangehöriger, der einen

    110 - Vgl. in diesem Sinne u. a. EGMR, Enhorn/Schweden, Nr. 56529/00, § 43 und die dort angeführte Rechtsprechung, EGMR 2005-I.
  • EGMR, 27.05.2010 - 14146/02

    ARTYOMOV v. RUSSIA

    The Court observes that, according to the existing international standards (see paragraphs 96-100 above), segregation, isolation and restrictions on occupational and recreational activities are considered unnecessary in the case of HIV-infected persons in the community or when they are detained (see also Enhorn v. Sweden, no. 56529/00, § 55, ECHR 2005-I).
  • EGMR, 28.11.2017 - 72508/13

    MERABISHVILI v. GEORGIA

    While that is a point which the Court checks in each case (see Stoichkov v. Bulgaria, no. 9808/02, § 52, 24 March 2005, in relation to sub-paragraph (a); Gatt v. Malta, no. 28221/08, §§ 42 and 48, ECHR 2010; Ostendorf v. Germany, no. 15598/08, § 97, 7 March 2013; and Baisuev and Anzorov, cited above, §§ 57-58, in relation to sub-paragraph (b); Engel and Others, cited above, § 69, and the judgments cited in paragraph 185 above in relation to sub-paragraph (c); Bouamar v. Belgium, 29 February 1988, § 50, Series A no. 129, in relation to sub-paragraph (d); Ashingdane, cited above, § 48, and Enhorn v. Sweden, no. 56529/00, § 35, ECHR 2005-I, in relation to sub-paragraph (e); and Chahal v. the United Kingdom, 15 November 1996, § 112, Reports 1996-V, and Saadi, cited above, §§ 77 and 79, in relation to sub-paragraph (f)), it usually does not neatly separate it from the other elements affecting the compatibility of the detention with Article 5 § 1.
  • EGMR, 04.12.2014 - 76204/11

    NAVALNYY AND YASHIN v. RUSSIA

    It does not suffice that the deprivation of liberty is in conformity with national law; it must also be necessary in the circumstances (see Witold Litwa v. Poland, no. 26629/95, § 78, ECHR 2000-III, and Enhorn v. Sweden, no. 56529/00, § 42, ECHR 2005-I).
  • EGMR, 19.05.2016 - 37289/12

    J.N. v. THE UNITED KINGDOM

    There must in addition be some relationship between the ground of permitted deprivation of liberty relied on and the place and conditions of detention (see Aerts v. Belgium, 30 July 1998, § 46, Reports 1998-V; and Enhorn v. Sweden, no. 56529/00, § 42, ECHR 2005-I).
  • EGMR, 13.11.2014 - 31973/03

    LAZARIU v. ROMANIA

    There must in addition be some relationship between the ground of permitted deprivation of liberty relied on and the place and conditions of detention (see Bouamar, cited above, § 50; Aerts v. Belgium, 30 July 1998, § 46, Reports 1998-V; and Enhorn v. Sweden, no. 56529/00, § 42, ECHR 2005-I).
  • EGMR, 28.08.2012 - 71407/10

    SIMONS c. BELGIQUE

    The Court further points out that the general principles implied by the Convention to which the Article 5 § 1 case-law refers are the principle of the rule of law (see Ilascu and Others v. Moldova and Russia [GC], no. 48787/99, § 461, ECHR 2004-VII) and, connected to the latter, that of legal certainty (see, among other authorities, Baranowski v. Poland, no. 28358/95, § 52, ECHR 2000 III), the principle of proportionality (see, for example, Enhorn v. Sweden, no. 56529/00, § 36, ECHR 2005-I) and the principle of protection against arbitrariness (which is, moreover, the very aim of Article 5 - see, inter alia, Erkalo, cited above, § 52).
  • EGMR, 30.03.2006 - 50358/99

    PEKOV v. BULGARIA

    Similarly, in a recent case concerning the detention of a person infected with HIV, the Court had no doubt that Article 5 § 1 was applicable for the entire duration of that person's detention, regardless of the fact that he had escaped on several occasions and had actually spent much less time in custody (see Enhorn v. Sweden, no. 56529/00, §§ 32 in fine, 33, 47 and 55, ECHR 2005-...).
  • EGMR, 16.10.2012 - 21124/04

    TSONYO TSONEV v. BULGARIA (No. 3)

    Until now, the Court has found that a flagrant denial of justice has occurred or would occur only in certain very exceptional circumstances: conviction in absentia coupled with an impossibility to obtain from a court which has heard the accused a fresh determination of the merits of the charge (see Enhorn v. Sweden (dec.), no. 56529/00, § 33, ECHR 2005-I; Stoichkov, cited above, §§ 55-56; and Sejdovic v. Italy [GC], no. 56581/00, § 84, ECHR 2006-II); proceedings amounting to a mockery of basic fair trial principles (see Ilascu and Others v. Moldova and Russia [GC], no. 48787/99, §§ 212-16, 286, 436 and 461-63, ECHR 2004-VII); a trial that is summary in nature and conducted with total disregard for the rights of the defence (see Bader and Kanbor v. Sweden, no. 13284/04, § 47, ECHR 2005-XI); detention without access to an independent and impartial tribunal able to review its lawfulness (see Al-Moayad v. Germany (dec.), no. 35865/03, § 101, 20 February 2007); deliberate and systematic refusal of access to a lawyer, especially for an individual detained in a foreign country (ibid.); or a trial in which evidence obtained under torture is used to secure a conviction (see Othman (Abu Qatada), cited above, §§ 263-67).
  • EGMR, 02.12.2010 - 4691/06

    JUSIC c. SUISSE

  • EGMR, 27.07.2010 - 28221/08

    GATT v. MALTA

  • EGMR, 23.09.2008 - 2361/05

    VRENCEV v. SERBIA

  • EGMR, 18.03.2008 - 11036/03

    LADENT v. POLAND

  • EGMR, 03.03.2015 - 73560/12

    CONSTANCIA v. THE NETHERLANDS

  • EGMR, 20.09.2011 - 3390/05

    MIROSLAW ZIELINSKI v. POLAND

  • EGMR, 01.09.2016 - 49734/12

    V.M. v. THE UNITED KINGDOM

  • EGMR, 31.07.2008 - 3522/04

    SALMANOV v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 17.07.2018 - 6587/07

    FEFILOV v. RUSSIA

  • EGMR, 15.01.2013 - 39678/09

    L.L. v. THE UNITED KINGDOM

  • EGMR, 18.09.2012 - 13837/07

    S.R. v. THE NETHERLANDS

  • EGMR, 23.11.2010 - 14579/05

    WENNER v. SLOVAKIA

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